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Eating more fish -- rather than fish oil supplements -- might be associated with lower rheumatoid arthritis disease activity.
A new study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association questions the impact energy drinks have on users’ hearts when compared to other drinks with similar amounts of caffeine.
New research discourages thinking of individual foods in isolation and indicates that a diet combining the healthy foods can be more protective against RA than the sum of its parts.
There is strong evidence that muscle strengthening programs can improve pain and daily function, reduce symptoms, and optimize quality of life.
The book features more than 50 easy-to-follow recipes meant to help manage inflammation.
"I was less than a mile into the hike and already I wanted to quit. Frustrated, mad and dejected hardly summed up my feelings."
I must have been crazy, yet there I was, planning a 10-day, 75-mile backpacking trek on the High Sierra Trail through the Sierra Mountains in eastern California — by myself.
CJ triathlete Dina gives us a race recap. In it you can find some helpful tips that you might be able to apply to the race called life.
CJ blogger Ryan reminds us to focus on the positive and to think about what we can do instead of what we can't.
Top 10 tips for Anti-Inflammatory Eating: Follow these tips to help manage your RA symptoms through diet.
CJ SpokesAthlete Dina Neils, a triathlete with RA & two total hip replacements, shares how she swam, biked, ran, cried & fought her way across the finish line at Nationals